Melo Trimble has proven as a sophomore to be a better and more willing passer than he was last season. While Trimble leads Maryland in assists, senior guard Rasheed Sulaimon might have some of the most exciting feeds in recent seasons by the Terps.
One of them came in Sunday’s 66-61 victory at Ohio State. Late in the first half, after the Terps had turned an early seven-point deficit into a 33-31 lead, Sulaimon stripped JaQuan Lyle near the Buckeyes’ bench and raced upcourt on a 2-on-1 that was close to being a two-on-none.
Inside the key on the right side, Sulaimon threw a lob pass to a streaking Jake Layman.